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Re: Register keyword removal

From: Hiten Pandya <hmp@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 03:21:30 -0700

On Tue, Aug 12, 2003 at 11:37:00AM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :-On [20030812 12:42], Hiten Pandya (hmp@xxxxxxxx) wrote:
> :>	I had patches for removing *all* register keywords across the
> :>	FreeBSD base, sys; but they were rejected because everyone
> :>	thought of it as diff churn... oh well...
> :
> :Perhaps remove them when you encounter the files when you are working on
> :things.
> :
> :-- 
> :Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven <asmodai(at)wxs.nl> / asmodai
>     Personally speaking I like the kitchen sink approach for something
>     as simple as this.  Get it done and over with, I say, so we can move
>     on to something else.  The only thing I might try to avoid touching
>     would be 'contrib', but everything else is fair game.
>     And, yes, I also agree that DragonFly is in a unique position to be
>     able to do these sorts of mass changes with minimal disruption.  But
>     even within the FreeBSD development base __P() and register keyword
>     removal would not present any significant disruption as long as it
>     were decreed by core to get around all the individual developer's
>     ownership and ego issues.

	Last time I checked my commit messages (*LONG AGO*), I saw some
	senior developer (name not mentioned) making blanket changes on
	a sub-tree/subsystem basis for chnging __FBSID() etc...  anyway,
	it doesn't matter.. back to work me! :-)

Hiten M. Pandya
hmp@xxxxxxxxxxx, hmp@xxxxxxxx

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